Edinburgh companies are being given additional help exploring the Kazakhstan export market. Helping to spearhead the move is Artur Krivov, the Managing Director of the Kazakh-British Chamber of Commerce and one of its founders.
Since he graduated from City University, London in 2002, he has worked with a number of Kazakhstan ’s leading companies in the UK. The aim in forming the Kazakh-British Chamber of Commerce is to help businesses already working with Kazakhstan or seeking to break into the market.
The Kazakh-British Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit making organisation supported by the Embassy of the Republic of Kazakhstan in London, the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Republic of Kazakhstan, UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) and the British Chambers of Commerce.
By promoting Kazakhstan to Scottish businesses, it is hoped to create more business opportunities.